Jai Mummy Di Movie Review: All About Sunny Singh Comedy Romantic film

Jai Mummy Di is all set to hit Box Office on 17th January 2020. Here is See Latest Experts views on Jai Mummy Di Movie Review & Rating. The Film is Based on light-hearted family comedy revolving around two mothers and their kids. What follows is how these kids deal with their mommy issues, which leads to utter chaos. Jai Mummy Di Movie colud be blockbuster in terms of Auidence, Critics Review and Box Office Collection in Opening Days. Jai Mummy Di Movie Starring by Sunny singh, Sonnali Seygall, Poonam Dhillon and Supriya pathak Kapur The Movie Gets Positive Review from Audience & Critics. Film set to be release on 17th January 2020.

Jai Mummy Di Movie Review

Jai Mummy Di Movie Review

Genre: Comedy, Romantic

Director: Navjot Gulati

Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg

Star Cast: Sunny Singh, Sonnalli Seygall, Supriya Pathak, Poonam Dhillon

Certified: U/A

Time Cover: 1 hrs 46 mins

Jai Mummy Di Movie Review & Rating: 2/5

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Jai Mummy Di Movie Review

Jai Mummy Di is a light-hearted family comedy revolving around two mothers and their kids. What follows is how these kids deal with their mommy issues, which leads to utter chaos. If something could have saved the Sunny Singh-Sonnalli Seygall starrer Jai Mummy Di from descending into just another superficial rom-com, it was staring the makers right in the face.

From the trailer at least it was clear that the young lead cast, last seen together in Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2, did not have the charisma to power this film. But unfortunately, debutant director Navjyot Gulati belongs to the school of filmmaking that believes that an 'authentic' setting like Delhi, with two glossy characters, who don't even act like they are in love, would be enough to make the film work.

Jai Mummy Di Movie Rating & Box Office Collection

Jai Mummy Di Movie Review

The premise was promising enough - the matriarchs of two neighbouring families in a Delhi locality, the Khannas and the Bhallas, are at loggerheads with each other. So when their children, Puneet (Sunny Singh) and Saanjh (Sonnalli Seygall), 'fall in love' you can expect fireworks. Veteran actors Poonam Dhillon, who plays Pinky Bhalla, and Supriya Pathak Kapur who essays Laali Kapoor are in solid form. But sadly all their melodrama is wasted in a movie that doesn't have a solid script to stand on.

With song sequences following each other as if it were a musical, and none even worth humming, the movie sadly fails in giving the audience anything to hold on to. The jokes fall flat, the story meanders at such a slow pace the we feel like shaking up the characters. The romance is not even believable. And the duo on whom we had pinned all our hopes, Dhillon and Pathak, are sadly let down by the script. These two actors surely deserved more.

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